The legislative framework, roles and responsibilities for ICT Functional Leadership.
The governance groups and teams who support the ICT Functional Leader, and the contact information you will need to work with them.
The GCIO is responsible for providing Ministers system-wide assurance that ICT risks are being identified and well managed by agencies and across government as a whole, and that the benefits of ICT investments are being delivered.
Tools, advice, policies and case studies to assist government agencies in adopting ICT common capabilities, securing systems and achieving the required steps toward ICT transformation.
Detailed listing of ICT products and services currently available and being developed for use across New Zealand government agencies. Government agencies are expected to adopt these products and services to enable transformation of their systems to provide better public services for all New Zealanders.
Work underway to enable system and service transformation. This work leads to either ‘Guidance and Resources’ or ‘Products and Services’ that help government agencies transform their systems to provide better public services for all New Zealanders.
News and media releases for ICT Functional Leadership.
The Chief Executive of the Department of Internal Affairs, Colin MacDonald, is also the ICT Functional Leader for the State sector. He has the title of Government Chief Information Officer.
The Government Chief Information Officer is supported by a team of people across the Department of Internal Affairs, and you can find out what they do and how to contact them in this section.
Governance and leadership groups guide the work programmes for the transformation of all-of-government ICT to enable citizen-centric public services.